Answered By: Rosalind Tedford Last Updated: May 22, 2015 Views: 39
In general, the higher you go in the building, the quieter the study space is. So floors 7 and 8 in the Reynolds Wing are designated quiet study floors. The front rooms on floors 4 (401) and 6 (601) of the Reynolds Wing are also quiet study spaces. While there are other places in the library that are generally quiet, there is no guarantee, especially in those areas that look out onto The Atrium as noise travels well in that space.